A lot of times I need a circuit like below. Namely, a logic level signal should set a higher voltage (e.g. 12 V) and higher current (few 100 mA, but not Amps) push-pull stage to a hi/lo state at potential frequencies up to maybe 1 MHz. Building this discretely has some pitfalls, e.g. uncertain pull-up time causing shootthrough and EMC trouble. So I believe there are ICs for this, but I can't seem to find anything.
The closest I found are single low-side gate drivers, but these typically aren't rated for continuous current output and hard commutation. They also often seem to be realized with BJTs lacking the reverse current capability of MOSFETs that is needed for inductive loads.
Motor drivers on the other hand don't seem to be available as half-bridges but only as full-bridges.